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Federal government sues Honeywell over wellness program

A lawsuit filed by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in response to complaints from two Minnesota employees sets up a potential court case over how far employers can go to shift health costs and influence worker behavior. Honeywell is a major employer in the Kansas City area.

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Identity theft victims lose more than money

Personal data was stolen from 100 million Americans this year in cyber-attacks and thefts from retailers, banks and hospitals. Many of them will become victims of identity theft. While the financial hit to people and companies is real, the emotional impact can be "life-altering," says Terrell McSweeny, a member of the Federal Trade Commission, at a conference Wednesday.

Federal government sues Honeywell over wellness program

A lawsuit filed by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in response to complaints from two Minnesota employees sets up a potential court case over how far employers can go to shift health costs and influence worker behavior. Honeywell is a major employer in the Kansas City area.

Federal government sues Honeywell over wellness program

A lawsuit filed by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in response to complaints from two Minnesota employees sets up a potential court case over how far employers can go to shift health costs and influence worker behavior. Honeywell is a major employer in the Kansas City area.

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Nations sign pact to share data to fight tax evasion

Led by Europe’s five biggest economies, 51 nations signed an agreement that commits them all to automatic exchange of tax information starting in 2017. The accord will end banking secrecy as it has been known for decades, Germany’s finance minister, Wolfgang Schaeuble, told the Bild newspaper before the deal.